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Systemic Risk Survey results

The biannual Systemic Risk Survey quantifies and tracks firms’ perceptions of risks to the UK financial system’s stability.

The survey covers aggregate risks to the UK financial system, including the probability of a future high-impact event and confidence in the system’s stability, as well as specific sources of risk which could either have a particularly large impact or be especially challenging for firms to manage.

Results from surveys before November 2011 were published in the Financial Stability Report.

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Data appendix 
Latest results
Bank of England Systemic Risk Survey 
2009 Q3 Quarterly Bulletin article